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Municipal Heritage Inventory & Scheme List

2 - What does inclusion of a property into a Municipal Inventory mean?

Answer

The Municipal Inventory is recognition of a place’s heritage importance to the community. There are no statutory implications resulting from the inclusion of a place on a Municipal Inventory. It is simply a list of places worthy of recognition. However, places may be selected from the Municipal Inventory for inclusion in the City’s Scheme Heritage List.

The Scheme Heritage List is adopted under the City’s Town Planning Scheme. Should a property be selected for inclusion in the Heritage List, then there may be statutory requirements applicable to that property. The City provides incentives to properties included on the Scheme Heritage List. These incentives include financial benefits and grants.

Each property listed on the Municipal Inventory also has an individual place sheet which provides further details on the significance of that property. If you would like a copy, please contact the City's Planning Department on 9272 0622.

Related Documents

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Click here for: Municipal Inventory Introduction and Context

Click here for: Summary of Municipal Inventory List

Click here for: Scheme Heritage List

Copies of the Municipal Inventory are available for inspection at the location below:
• Civic Centre, 61 Broun Avenue, Morley
• Max Tulley Office & Information Centre, Galleria Shopping Centre, Morley
• Bayswater Public Library, 25 King William Street, Bayswater
• Morley Public Library, 7 Dewar Street, Morley
• Maylands Public Library, The RISE 28 Eighth Avenue, Maylands
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